Pristiophorus lanceolatus

(Davis, 1888)


Classification: Elasmobranchii Pristiophoriformes Pristiophoridae

Reference of the original description
Davis, J.W. (1888)
On fossil fish-remains from the Tertiary and Cretaceo-Tertiary formations of New-Zealand. Scientific Transactions of the Royal Dublin Society, 4(2): 1–48, 7 pl.

Synonyms / new combinations and misspellings
Lamna lanceolata, Pristiophorus cf. lanceolatus

Types
Pristiophorus lanceolatus



Description:


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Remarks
valid after Chapman (1917) p. 137 [443];

References
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Keyes, I.W. (1982)
The Cenozoic sawshark Pristiophorus lanceolatus (Davis) (Order Selachii) of the New Zealand and Australia, with a review of the phylogeny and distribution of world fossil and extant Prtistiophoridae. New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics, 25(4), 459–474
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Cudmore, F.A. (1926)
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Some Cainozoic fish remains, vvith a revision of the group. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria, 36: 107–162
Chapman, F. (1918)
Descriptions and revisions of the Cretaceous and Tertiary fish-remains of New-Zealand. New Zealand Department of mines, Geological Survey Branch, Palaeontological Bulletin, 7: 1–45, pl. 1–9
Chapman, F. (1917)
New or Little-known Victorian Fossils in the National Museum. Part XX. Some Tertiary Fish-Teeth. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria, 29: 134–140
Davis, J.W. (1888)
On fossil fish-remains from the Tertiary and Cretaceo-Tertiary formations of New-Zealand. Scientific Transactions of the Royal Dublin Society, 4(2): 1–48, 7 pl.
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